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NBC Fawns Over New Children’s Book About Pro-abortion Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

by | Jan 8, 2024

By Tierin-Rose Mandelburg

NBC’s 3rd Hour of Today program invited late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s granddaughter, Clara Spera, along with author Brad Meltzer to talk about a new children’s book honoring the late justice and former “trailblazer,” during which NBC panelists raved about RGB’s importance and how much of a heroine she is for young kids.

“We’re back now with a story of an American trailblazer and pop icon, but the story is being told in a whole new way,” host Dylan Dreyer stated at the start of the segment. 

“Ruth Bader Ginsburg broke barriers as the first Jewish woman to ever sit on the Supreme Court. She advocated for women’s rights and gender equality until she died in 2020,” host Sheinelle Jones piped in, before host Craig Melvin added, “Now, young readers are learning her story.”

Then the panel began talking about the new book, which is set to release on January 9 and is part of a 10-year-long series titled “Ordinary People Change the World.”

Meltzer explained that his inspiration for the book series, which will highlight some normal people as well as figures like Oprah Winfrey and Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor, was to give his kids “better heroes to look up

The hosts then encouraged RBG’s granddaughter to speak on behalf of the importance of the story, which tells facts about RBG’s childhood. Spera said she hoped it would encourage kids to relate to RBG and be inspired that she was an ordinary person who turned into an advocate for anti-Americanism and baby murder. (Ok, the granddaughter didn’t say that part – but essentially, that’s what RBG did).

Nonetheless, the NBC hosts fawned over RBG.

“This book is so good,” Dreyer stated before asking Spera about life as a granddaughter of a Supreme Court Justice. At the end of the segment, everyone was in smiles and offered the guests a big “congratulations” about the “adorable” book.

I wonder if the author will ever release a lovely comic book about people like pro-life advocate and Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett or former President Donald Trump. Honestly, I doubt it because the left doesn’t want kids to have access to all information.

They just like kids to be brainwashed into loving and supporting whatever the leftist regime supports.

Editor’s note. This appeared at Newsbusters and is reposted with permission.

Categories: Media Bias